When giving walking directions, which one(s) of the below structures would sound most natural to your native English speaker ears?
- Keep walking all the way down the hallway, then make a left (actually, do we use down or up here? assuming that it's just a flat surface.)
- Keep walking all the way (up? down? or none?) to the end of the hallway, then make a left
- keep walking till you get to (can we use reach instead?) the end of the hallway, then make a left?
- Would it still sound natural if we replaced all "then s" with "and then", or even "and"?
- Can we replace all "keep walking s" with just "walk"? Would it still sound natural? What id we replace them with "go"?
- What's your preferred way of saying this?